Going into Liverpool's clash with Norwich yesterday, Luis Suarez had scored seven times in three games against the Canaries.
Now it is 11 in 4.
Indeed, with his four-goal haul last night, not only did Suarez ensure he will remain etched in Chris Hughton's nightmares for the rest of his life, he also made sure he has now racked up an impressive list of goals against the Canaries.
Here are his top five:
5. Suarez's second in the 5-2 win
In September 2012, Liverpool were without a win in the Premier League and hosted Norwich hoping for their first of the campaign.
It duly came - and they got more than they bargained for, as Suarez scored three and the Reds scored five. Of his hat-trick, his second was the most impressive. The Uruguayan pounced on a poor back-pass, turned skilfully and poked the ball home with the outside of his foot.
4. Suarez's fourth in the 5-1 win
The last of his goals at Anfield yesterday, Suarez's free kick against the Canaries was pure class. Curling the ball way out of both the wall and goalkeeper's reach, Suarez displayed his set-piece brilliance once again - and it is testament to his goalscoring quality that this beauty is only number four.
3. Suarez's third in the 5-1 win
Another choice from last night, Suarez's third goal against Norwich proved what a unique talent the 26-year-old is. Receiving the ball on the edge of the area, Suarez flicked the ball above one defender, then dummied another, before half-volleying the ball home in stunning fashion.
2. Suarez's third in the 3-0 win
The mother of all chips, on the 28th April 2012, Suarez completed another hat-trick against Norwich in truly spectacular style. Doing what David Beckham became famous for in the 1990s, Suarez took hold of the ball, charged into the Canaries' half and spotted the goalkeeper off his line. From there, there was only ever going to be one outcome.
1. Suarez's first in the 5-1 win
The daddy. Our number one is Suarez's supreme volley from yesterday. This one opened the scoring in Wednesday's 5-1 win against Norwich and narrowly edges out our second choice because the Uruguayan had received the ball in the air - and beat a goalkeeper that was much closer to his line.
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